225th Anniversary of the Washington - Rochambeau Revolutionary War Route.
Friday, June 30 through Sunday July 2, 2006
March to Victory Weekend- Ridgefield

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Ridgefield, Connecticut
Ridgefield Town Hall
400 Main Street
Ridgefield CT 06877

Telephone: 203-
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Web Site: www.ridgefieldct.org/

Ridgefield is a beautiful, colonial town of 22,000 people in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains of central Fairfield County, Connecticut.

The town was founded in 1708 when about 30 families moved up from Long Island Sound and  bought these uplands from the Ramapoo Indians. Since then, Ridgefield has had a rich history that includes Revolutionary War battles and such personalities as Benedict Arnold, who fought here, and Eugene O'Neill, who wrote here.

The town is famed for its handsome Main Street, a National Historic District, which stretches more than a mile along the ridge some 750 feet above sea level. It is lined with stately homes, museums, churches and quaint Village shops.

Connecticut Magazine regularly ranks Ridgefield highest in the State for quality of life, education, low crime rate and the scope of the arts &  community services. Its school system is considered among the finest in a state known for fine schools. Even its dining is world-class; for nearly a century, the town has been famous for its excellent restaurants, from world-class country inns to modern bistros.

Ridgefield Town Hall, Connecticut

 





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Friday, June 30 through Sunday July 2, 2006 - Ridgefield, Connecticut
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